General Information

The Society provides clients with:

  • an extensive, personalized wraparound settlement plan
  • one-on-one, family and group support
  • appropriate information and services to address settlement needs
  • awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues
  • knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights and responsibilities
  • language skills and other skills for adapting to the Canadian society
  • knowledge, skills and connections related to the Canadian work environment
  • connections to community and public institution

The Society assists clients to:

  • make informed decisions about life in Canada, enjoy rights and act on their responsibilities in the Canadian society
  • use Canada‚Äôs official languages to function and participate in the Canadian society

The Settlement Program is available to:

  • Permanent Residents of Canada who have not become Canadian citizens
  • Protected persons as defined in Section 95 of the IRPA
  • Individuals who have been selected in Canada to become permanent residents pending completion of medical, security and criminal verification statutory requirements, and who have been informed, by a letter from IRCC
  • Live-in Caregivers

 

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